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It is quite instructive that the world-community on earth, have had to be classified into three main categories. Today, we

REFLECTIONS ON THE WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY…!

BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE. The World Environment Day, is a scheduled programme – event of the United Nations, in

THERE IS AN URGENT NEED FOR GREEN ZONES IN THE CITIES -Activists

March 21st was international forest day, a day to celebrate and pledge to protect our rain-forests. Forests are not just

TERROR THREAT; BRITAIN TO BAN ELECTRONIC DEVICES ON FLIGHTS FROM 6 MIDDLE EASTERN NATIONS

British passengers on holiday flights from the Middle East and North Africa will soon be banned from carrying laptops, tablets

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Large area of tropical forest and other ecosystems with high conservation values have been cleared to make room for vast

CROSS RIVER WILL LOSE 20 MILLION TREES, 180 COMMUNITIES WILL BE DISPLACED

Chief Edwin Onga Against all environmental odds and the dangers of opening up prestine forest of Ekuri, through the construction

WE MUST NURTURE COCONUT TREES FOR OUR SURVIVAL

—–Desmond Majekodunmi. Nigeria’s economy has been experiencing a recession with the fortunes of the most populated black nation tipping to

CLIMATE CHANGE : AFRICA MORE VULNERABLE WITH DEATHS AND DECLINE IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION

The negative impact of climate change, such as temperature rise, erratic rainfalls and storms, desertification, low agricultural yield, drying up

“WE MUST PROTECT WETLANDS IN OUR OWN INTEREST” : DESMOND MAJEKODUNMI

The emerging challenges for underground water resources management came to the fore once again as the Hadejia Jamare floodplain, like

WETLANDS : A NATURAL SAFEGUARD AGAINST DISASTERS – WETLANDS DAY 2017

The frequency of disasters worldwide has more than doubled in just 35 years, driven by climate- and weather-related hazards like